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How Much Water Should I Be Drinking?

The average individual’s body is composed of about 60% water. It is important to regulate personal water intake because this fluctuates greatly throughout any given day due to normal body processes such as urination, bowel movements, sweating, and illnesses. If you lose more water than you take in, your body can become dehydrated. Mild dehydration can impact your mood, short-term memory, and ability to process information. Regarding how much water

Alala’s Denise Lee Shares Her Fit on Just FlexIt™

Denise Lee, the founder of Alala, is a 10+ year fashion industry veteran. With experience in marketing, business development, and brand building, she leveraged her expertise into a personal journey while training for a triathlon in 2011, to discover fashion-forward activewear. This journey led her to create a luxury women’s activewear line that reflected the style of contemporary NYC designers that she loved, but with the performance qualities of the

Ally Courtnall

Ally Courtnall is a former two-sport athlete from the University of California, Los Angeles, where she competed in women’s soccer and track. Ally was a key contributor to the UCLA Bruins on the soccer field. In 2013, her team won the NCAA Championship, and she was named the Most Outstanding Defensive Player of the Tournament.   Courtnall is now a model under the Elite Model Management roster, and she was featured

FlexIt Tips For Your Next Meal

A healthy diet is instrumental to reaching balanced wellness goals. We understand it can be tricky to decipher the best options to choose from. Hopefully, this can make it a little bit easier! Fruits  Choose whole, cut, or pureed fruits, over frozen, dried, and canned processed fruits.  Use fruits as a supplement for dessert, or as a healthy snack option.  Fruits help reduce the risk of chronic diseases.  Most fruits

RISE Up: Study Insight

A recent 12-week long study was conducted to determine how multimodal RISE training affects various outcome measures between middle aged men and women throughout different periods of the day. Roughly half the participants exercised in the morning and half in the afternoon. The measures included muscular strength, endurance, body fat, and blood pressure.  (R) – Resistance  (I) – Intervals  (S) – Stretching  (E) – Endurance  At the conclusion of this